A visitor to our site asked how to configure MS Outlook 2010 for SpamCop reporting.
Outlook doesn’t directly report to SpamCop. You need to get the message header and source and forward the message to SpamCop yourself.
You can also use an addin, as suggested by Bert Visscher. SpamSource helps collect information from messages and works with Outlook 2010 32 and 64 bit version (as well as older versions).
Bert had this this to say:
I use the freely available SpamSource.
To have SpamSource report spam the way SpamCop prefers it, please make sure that the following options are enabled:
Advanced – Rebuild MIME from parts
Email Options – Send Report as Attachment
Repair – Rewrite Content-type when message body type is different
The following SpamSource settings are some personal preferences of mine:
Email Options – Do not save a copy to Sent Items
Post Processing – Mark as Read
Post Processing – Remove Message from Folder – Delete
Published July 17, 2011. Last updated on October 25, 2020.